Managing wills, trusts and estates will slowly become an essential part of our lives. At Trident Law, our lawyers advise and help you with the preparation of a Will, inter-vivos gifts and creation of trusts on your assets.
Having a strong vision for how your assets will be managed after death as a reliable mechanism to enforce your Will is something every Singaporean should ensure they have. At Trident Law, our lawyers will be able to assist you with Will writing so that there is a clear, unambiguous explanation of your wishes for your family and friends.
Making a Will alone isn't enough. You need to make one that best achieves your aim of providing for your loved ones.
The magic in the structuring of a Will is done through scenario planning. This is where our lawyers from Trident Law come in. By doing so, your wishes can be translated into directives that remain permanently in place. Beyond this, our lawyers in Singapore will add further value to our will writing service by assessing your various risk areas to craft an individualized solution catering to your distinct needs.
With insurance and wills, we plan for the lives of our loved ones after we are gone. But what is often forgotten is what we can prepare for while we are still around. What counts when we are still alive and well are the decisions we can make in our best capacities before life’s adversities hit us. This is where the LPA comes in – by deciding in advance who to act on our behalf when we are unable to.
With an LPA, the burden on your loved ones is significantly reduced. Unnecessary conflict and confusion over who should act on behalf of the said person is prevented. Through the LPA, we can protect our interest by appointing a deputy in advance, while still fully aware and conscious. This deputy will be trusted to make decisions when you are no longer able to do so.
At Trident, our experienced lawyer in Singapore will patiently explain the following to you:
At Trident, our experienced lawyer will explain to you the following:
Reported in The Straits Times on 28 January 2016.
Beyond the above, our lawyers in Singapore also have significant experience in both contentious and non-contentious probate and letters of administration matters./p>